Hillsboro Police Log: April 12-18, 2021
Monday, April 12
Officers arrested a man at Walmart, 7650 N.E. Shaleen St., after he stole $30 worth of merchandise from the store.
Officers arrested a man in the 11000 block of Southwest Greenburg Road for violating a restraining order three times.
Tuesday, April 13
Officers arrested a man in the 2500 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway for driving while suspended after his girlfriend reported he was following her.
Officers located a vehicle in the 2400 block of Northeast Cornell Road that was connected to a menacing with a gun incident being investigated by the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Wednesday, April 14
Officers took a report of criminal mischief at the Sunset Gardens Apartments, 951 S.E. 13th Ave. A building was tagged with graffiti.
Officers took a report of criminal mischief in the 2700 block of Southeast Rood Bridge Drive. Multiple mailboxes were broken into.
Thursday, April 15
Officers took a report from a resident in the 5700 block of Southeast Madera Court that an anonymous person has been delivering flowers to the home.
Officers arrested a man at Rite Aid, 2021 N.W. 185th Ave., after he stole $75 worth of merchandise from the store.
Friday, April 16
Officers transported a man to an area hospital in the 600 block of Southeast 71st Avenue after he punched holes in a wall and armed himself with a knife.
Offices took a report of a hit-and-run on Highway 26 westbound at Northeast Cornelius Pass Road involving a black Ford F-150.
Saturday, April 17
Officers arrested a man on an outstanding warrant in the 700 block of Southeast 13th Avenue.
Officers conducted a child welfare check in the 100 block of Northeast 12th Avenue.
Sunday, April 18
Officers arrested a man at Walmart, 7650 N.E. Shaleen St., for robbery after he stole items and then pushed a loss prevention employee.
Officers responded to a head on traffic crash with serious injuries in the 1500 block of Southwest Oak Street. The driver was arrested for DUII.
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